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PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS 

ABBOT ACADEMY 

ANDOVER, MASSACHUSETTS 



To Mrs. Duncan 

Well, Lena, and what is it today? Cold? We'll fix that up. Come 

right in here. There I have some nice ..." 

"Oh. no, Mrs. Duncan. I'm all right. I onlv wanted to . . ." 
To come and see me? Well, isn't that nice of vou. It's so nice to 
have . . . " 

"But Mrs. Duncan, we want to dedicate our book . . . ' 

"And vou'd like to discuss it with me? I'm honored, Lena, reallv. 
Well, ... ." 

(desperately) "To you. We want it dedicated to vou." 

"Oh. Lena!" 

This brief scrap of conversation between our dear nurse and class 
president took place when Lena went to tell Mrs. Duncan that we liked 
her so much we wanted to dedicate our class book to her. The first 
thing she thought of was her picture. "But. Lena . . . you want my 
picture in vour book?" And now that the picture is taken and printed, 
we'd like to say it really doesn't do her justice; in fact, no picture 
could. That kindlv. busv. efficient air which is so characteristic of her 
and makes the infirmarv a place to which we love to go, is hard to 
catch in a photograph. Just the same, we will never forget it, and when 
we pick up our nineteen-thirtv-four class book some forty or fifty 
vears from now and see her picture there, she will be as dear to us in 
memory as she is now in realitv. It would be hard to forget one who 
has been such a help to all of us, certainlv, in more ways than one. 
Although we go to her for our sick bodies, somehow she manages to 
administer to our sick souls too. Our Mrs. Duncan is more than nurse, 
more than doctor; and in dedicating our book to her we mean to tell her 
that above all she is our friend. 




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Senior Class Officers 



Lena Hamilton 
Virginia Holden 
Margaret Morrill 
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JANE MATHER CAMPBELL 
32 Glen Ave., Mount Vernon, N. Y 



Smith 



Tuo Years 



Campbell! One of the outstanding adornments of 
the Class of '34. but if she had her way about it 
you'd never guess it. There's no need to enumerate 
all her accomplishments 'since we alreadv know 
them) but giving full credit where it is due, we all 
agree that Jane is a trust v friend and a good one. 



Fidelio '33, 34; Editor-ir. -Chief of Cot/rant '34; Choir '33, 34; Student Government '34; Vice-President 
Abbot Athletic Association '34; Cuurant '33, '34: Christmas Party '3 1 : Hiking Leader '33. '34; Honor Roll 
'33, '34; Tea Dance Committee '33; Senior-Mid Play '33; Senior-Mid Class Council '33; Honor Bonus. 






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ADA ELEANORA CARLSON 
3 Highland Wayside, Andover, Mass. 

Five Years 

"Won't vou please pav attention? and do put 
some spirit into vour singing." Who else could 
this be but our able song leader? In spite of the fact 
that Ada's a day scholar she seems to get around 
plenty at Abbot as well as in her town. We wish 
you luck, Miss Carlson, and hope to see vou at our 
75th. 



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U/JT <jIa(JJT Athletic Tea Dance Committee '33; Odeon '33, '34; Fidelio '30, '3L '32, '33, '34: "A" Society '32, '33, '34 
rW j Choir .33, '34; Club Basketball Team '31, '32, '33. 



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MERCEDES CLOS 
"Chichi" 

25 Prospect PI., N. Y. C. 



Four Years 



Our Chichi is just an adorable surprise package. 
She is like a rambling old-time mansion, where 
you rind yourself in a few rooms which open into 
others, and on and on thev go big ones, 

small ones, light and dark . . . nor have we vet 
come to the end of them. She is a very unusual sort 
of person. Whatever vou do in the end, Chichi, be 
sure to let us know about it. We've guessed long 
enough, as to what it will be, and we've all agreed 
on one point: It's sure to be unusual. 










Head of Track '32, '33; A.D.S. '32, '33, '34; Head of Hockey "33; Class Book Board '34; Captain of Gar- 
goyles '34; "A" Society '33, '34; Varsity Track Team '31, '32, '33; Prom Committee '33, Varsity Hocke) 
Team '31, '33; Tea Dance Decorating Committee '33; Senior-Mid Banquet Committee '33; Entertainment 
Committee '31, '32, '34; Numerals '31; Athletic Council '32, '33, '34. 



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KATHARINE ESMERELDA DAMON 

Kay 

24 Alpine St., Maiden, Mass. 

Katharine Gibbs Three Years 

"Here's to you, Oh Kay, 

The captain of our team," thus saith the Griffins. 
But for the rest of us there is a bit more to say. W 7 e 
remember well three short years ago when a little 
bundle of happiness landed on the fourth floor. 
Since then Kay you have been one of our shining 
stars always ready to help and cheer us up. We ex- 
pect that soon you will be the gracious president of 
a "Designing Concern." And the Class of '34 will 
never forget the wild tales of Old New Hampshire. 



Varsity Hockey Team '31, '32, '33; Choir '34; Varsity Baseball Team '32; Student Governmem 34. 
Club Baseball Team '32, Varsity Ping Pong '31, '32, '33, Varsity Clock Golf '31 ; Secretary-Treasurer Griffins 
'33, Griffin Captain '34, Athletic Council '33, '34; Griffin Party '32; Prom Decorating Committee 33, \bbot 
Birthday Committee '33, Fidelio '32, '33, '34; Draper Dramatics '33; Senior Mid Play 33; Courant '32. '33. 
'34; President Senior-Mid Class '33, Junior-Mid Treasurer '32; Honor Bonus '34; "A" Society '33, 34; Senior 
Play '34; Christmas Party '31, '32, '33; Hiking Leader '34; Numerals '32; Chevrons '33; Class Book Board 
'34; Head of Hockey '32; Society Banquet Committee '33; Business Editor Courant '34; French Pla\ '32, 
Senior-Mid Tea Dance Committee 33 



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SARAH DEAN 

" Sheet er" 

354 North Main St., Andover, Mass. 

Roll ins Two Years 

Skeeter's a quiet person until you get the doors 
closed — and more than once we've heard shrieks 
issuing from Sandy's room. Mutual acquaintances 
perhaps? 

"And, Miss Dean, just what is it that gets you 
over the high |um|V" 

"Oh just being small and smiling, I guess." 



Track Team '33; Secretary-Treasurer Q.E.D. '34; Secretary-Treasurer Griffin Team '34; Q.E.D. '33, '34. 






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MARY AGNES FLAHERTY 

"Flit" 

2512 West 17th St., Wilmington, Del. 

Smith Two Years 

"Hoorav for the Irish" we cry and it is echoed by 
a loud Ha! Ha! Ha! Who is that? Frankenstein 3 No, 
mv dear voung ladies, it is not. Hiding behind that 
veil, a set of beautiful white teeth, a lovely smile, 
and famous eyes is no other than Flit. 

Tho' but two vears old to us, she is a part of 
everything important here at school, including 
charming (?) operas at nine o'clock. Nice going, 
keed, and keep it up. 



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Prom Committee '33; Senior-Mid Tea Dance Committee '33, A. D.S. Plays '34; Gargoyle Hockey Team '33. 
Numerals '33; Christmas Party Committee '33, '34; Advisory Board '33; Senior-Mid Banquet Committee '33; 
, *) * ;S Societv Banquet Committee '33; Merit Committee '33, '34; Nominating Committee '33- 



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ELIZABETH MORSE FLANDERS 

"Bens" 

118 Main St., Andovcr, Mass. 

Vassar I it t \ tan 

Did vou say that you noticed a bright smile and 
some lovely blond curly hair? The first guess, and 
I'm right — thev belonged to Betty Flanders. Oh 
ves, and she's versatile too. Nothing from painting 
scenerv to skiing seems to stump her. Such ac- 
complishments linked up with a charming person- 
alis surelv points toward something great. 



Honor Roll '30, '31, 32, '33; Numerals '32; Captain Griffin Hockev '34; "A" Societv 33, '34; Track 
Team '30, '31; Les Beaux Arts '32, '33, '34; Fidelio '31, '32, '33, '34; Day Scholar Play '32, '33; Senior-Mid 
Play '33; Senior Play '34; Secretary-Treasurer of LB. A. '33; Art Editor of Class Book; Entertainment Com- 
mittee '34; Posture Committej '31, '33; Griffin Baseball Team '33; Honor Bonus '31, '34; Senior-Mic! Tea 
Dance Committee '33; Class Secretary '32;Society Banquet Committee '33; Stage sets of Senior Mid Plays '33, 
Prom Usher '32; Abbot Birthdav Committee. 






DELIGHT DAWSON HALL 

"Dee" 

East Haddam, Conn. 
Columbia Three Years 

The kind of a girl who's popular everywhere she 
goes and with evervone she meets? That's Deedee. 
The interesting kind of person who has a deep 
appreciation of all sorts of things, and the kind 
who's apt to know the most fascinating people":* 
That's Deedee, too. Not only is she all that but 
she can do most anvthing you could possibly think 
of. She is in short, the perfect all-around girl, with 
accomplishments galore to add to that. 




Art Editor of Coimint '32. '33, '34; Draper Dramatics '33; Editor of Class Book '34; French Pla) '32; Da) 
Scholars' Play '32, '33, '34; Head of Archerv '34; Secretary-Treasurer of Gargoyles ^4. Head ol Skating 
Captain Gargoyle Hockey '34, Varsity Hockev '33, '34, Club Hockev Team '32, Hiking Leader 33 Honor 
Bonus; Numerals '33; "A" Societv '34, Advisor) Board 34; Honor Roll '}}. 34. Senior-Mid Play '33. Ath- 
letic Council '33, '34; Varsity Baseball '33; Abbot Birthday Committee '33. Manager of Courant Pla\ '34, 
Senior-Mid Tea Dance Committee '33; Society Banquet Committee '33- 



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"Lee" 
Limestone, Maine 



Five Years 



. . . Words fail us when we try to describe our 
president. She has proven to us that more than 
good potatoes come from Limestone. For what 
could be better than her efficiency, smile, and per- 
sonality? As far as we know, she is the onlv pain- 
less, class verse teacher existing today. And what 
happens to a case of blues when she comes its way? 
The best of luck to you, Lena, Mav we be a patient 
of vours in the near future. 




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Junior-Mid Student Government Representative '32; Senior-Mid Student Government Representative 
'33; Treasurer Junior Class '31; Advisory Board '33; Treasurer Abbot Christian Association '33; Fidelio '33 
'34; Philomatheia '33, '34; Vice-President Senior-Mid Class '33; Honor Roll '31, '32; Senior-Mid Plav '33 
Basketball Varsity '30, '32, '33; Baseball Varsity '32, '33; Hiking Leader '34; Basketball Club Team '31 
Baseball Club Team 30, '31; Christmas Party '32, '33, '34; President "A" Society '33; "A" Society '32, '33, 
'34; Draper Dramatics '32; Head of Winter Sports '33; President Senior Class '34; Abbot Birthday Committee 
31, 3?, '33; Numerals '31; Chevrons '32, '33, 34; Prom Usher '32; Student Government '34; Senior Play '34; 
French Plav '32; Class Book Board '34; Basketball Gargovle Captain '33; Senior-Mid Council '33; Entertain- 
ment Committee '33; Honor Bonus '32, '33, '34; Posture Committee '31; Posture Honor Roll '32; Gargoyle 
Entertainment '33. 

ELEANOR HARRIETT HARRYMAN 

"Fl" 

1027 South 7th St., Charleston, 111. 

Vassar Five Years 

Everyone is so fond of Eleanor it seems impossi- 
ble that she should be in charge of our conduct, 
morals, and so forth. The fact is, that she is one of 
those people who are liked, no matter what his 
duties or positions are, even such an unenviable one 
as hers. We know that Eleanor feels much worse 
than we do when she has to speak to us now and 
then. Eleanor's absence from Abbot will make 
it a good deal emptier than most of our gradua- 
tions and the underclassmen will be as sorry to lose 
her as her classmates. 

Junior Student Government Representative '31; Junior-Mid Treasurer '32; Fidelio '31, '32, '33, '34; 
Draper Dramatics '32, '33; Children's Party '34; Senior-Mid Play '33: Odeon '33, Senior Play Stage Manager 
'34; President of Odeon '34; President Student Government '34; Club Hockev Team '33; Baseball Club Team 
'33; Numerals; "A" Society '33; Prom Usher '31, '32; Hiking Leader '34; Honor Bonus '32, '33, '34; Chev- 
ron '33; Abbot Birthday Committee '30, '31, '32, '33, '34. 
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So much could be said about Jinny that one hard- 
lv knows where ro begin. As forward on the var- 
sity hockey team, as vice-president of our class, or 
as a member of Philomatheia, her enthusiasm and 
capabilitv affect her fellow workers. When Jinny 
walks into a room you automatically smile, be- 
cause vou know vou will as soon as she speaks. And 
did vou ever see a Fridav night when Jinny wasn't 
in the "rec" room, or a tea dance or Prom on the 
hill ro which she wasn't invited? 



Vice-President Senior Class; Fidel io '33, '34 Student Governm 
matheia '33, '34; Senior Play '34; Varsity Hockey Team '33, '34; He: 
Committee '33; Numerals '33; Athletic Tea Dance Committee '34; Ch 
mi t tee '33; Society Banquet Committee '33; Posture Committee '34 




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ELEANOR CASSANDRA KINSMAN 

Sandy 
384 High St., Newburyport, Mass. 
Smith Two Years 

Congratulations on your success as head of 
riding, Sandy! But Sandv is such a grand rider that 
it was probablv no trouble at all for her to set an 
example for us would-be equestriennes. And how 
we all envy you when we see vou drive around the 
circle in that snappv roadster of yours in which 
your mother had so thoughtfullv driven up to see 
you! Best of luck at Smith next year and don't let 
West Point take up all your attention. 



Basketball Club Team '32; Philomatheia '33, '34, Second Basketball Club Team '33. Nun 
Entertainment Committee '34, Head of Riding '34, Posture Committee '33; Entertainment Committee 
Christmas Partv '33. 




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NANCY POPE MARSH 
'Nanko" 

155 Center St., Danvers. Mass 



Smith 



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Bubbling over again with wicked glee. Nanko? 
Is it in telling something related to — well, a certain 
country north of us beginning with a capital 
"C"? We all love her spontaneity and ability to 
keep us so amused, and as for envy of that most 
excellent repartee in the mediums of puns 
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'32, '33, 34; Abbot Birthday Committee '31; Les Beaux Arts '33. 34; 
umerals '33; President Les Beaux Arts '34; German Plav '33, Hockev 
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MARGARET GAYDEN MORRILL 
"Peggy" 

209 High St., Newbury port, Mass. 
Erskine School Four Years 

Vi hen Peggy's name is mentioned one imme- 
diately pictures her as one of the manv characters 
she has portrayed on the stage. As president of the 
dramatic societv she seems to belong behind the 
footlights. But Peggy's influence is not limited to 
the dramatic art bv anv means. The way she suc- 
cessfullv acted as secretarv of our class shows that. 
W ell all be there to see you on your opening night, 
Peggy ! 



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Mid Plav> 33; Nominating Committee '31. 32; Numerals '32; Posture Honor Roll '33; Draper Dramatics '32; 
Secretary of Senior Class '34; Posture Committee '32; Senior-Mid Banquet Committee '33; Christmas Partv 
Committee '34, Proctor Bonus '34; Hiking Leader '34; Honor Bonus '34; A.D.S. Plays '32, '33. '34. 




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CAROLYN MUZZY 

"Carol" 

Waterville, Maine 



Two Years 



Carolyn is one of those restful people who greets 
you with a smile. However flurried the rest of us 
may become, she glides calmly through our midst 
like some serene spirit. Someday, Carolyn, you 
must stop a little and share with us your intriguing 
personality. 




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Philomatheia '33, '34; Advisory Board '34; Secretary-Treasurer of Philomatheia '34; Chairman Enter- 
tainment Committee '34; First Club Basketball Team '34; Numerals "33; Second Club Basketball Team '33 
Senior-Mid Plav '33. 



SARAH MARGARET O'REILLY 
Sally 
244 West Main St., Lock Haven, Pa. 
Smith Three Years 

"On the west bank of the Susquehanna" etc., 
etc. We'll never forget that description, and will 
never forget you, O'Reilly, either. We'll vouch for 
your capability, personality, and popularity any 
time and anywhere. Again we can shout "Hurrah 
for the Irish." Do be a good girl at Smith and don't 
spend too much time at Yale. 




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'34; Senior-Mid Student Government Representative '33; Abbot Birthday Committee '32, '33; Choir '33, K *-•-*«—*. \\^jT ■KXJ^ •/ 

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Athletic Tea Dance Committee '34; Posture Committee '34; Senior-Mid Banquet Committee 33; Bible ^ CX~L 

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ANN RICHMOND PLACE 

' 'Annie" 

333 East 57th St., N. Y. C. 
Bennington Four Years 

No one that has been in Abbot during the past 
four years will hesitate a minute to recall Ann 
Place. Was there ever a more individual person 
with so much style, charm and personality? Or 
could anyone forget her collection of frogs on 
bracelets, pins, and numerous other articles. Life's 
sure to be grand for vou, Annie! 



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Student Government Representative '34; Vice-President of A C.A. '34; Courant Board '33, '34; Hiking 
Leader '33; Class Vice-President '30; Senior Mid Play '33; Athletic Council '34; German Play '33; Numerals 
'33; Abbot Birthday '31, '32; Honor Bonus; Fire Captain '34; Gargoyle Baseball Team; Head of Golf '34; 
Tea Dance Committee '34; Senior-Mid Tea Dance Committee '33; Christmas Party Committee '32, '33- 






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"Barbs" 

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good will, and a verv bright and keen sense of 
humor that reaches us in just the right spot. She 
has a very appreciative following around Abbot 
because we can't help realizing how many interests 
she has. 



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Treasurer Student Council '34; Senior-Mid Plays 
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34; Christmas Party '33; Honor Roll '33, '34; Secretary- 
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MARY ELIZABETH ROCKWELL 

North Andover, Mass. 

Vassar Five Years 

When we think of that '"smooth" day scholar 
we all turn green with envy, but Mary has such a 
pleasing personality combined with her good looks, 
that it is a pleasing envy instead of a disagreeable 
jealousy. And didn't Mary make a grand head of 
tennis this year? Yes, Miss Rockwell, we all bet on 
vou to succeed wherever you go and in whatever 
vou do. 




Fidelio Society '29, '30, '31; "A" Society '32, '33, '34; Philomatheia '33, '34; Numerals '30; President of 
Philomatheia '34; Head of Tennis '33, '34; Abbot Birthday Committee '33; Chevron '33; Treasurer of Senior- 
Mid Class '33; Honor Bonus '34, Business Manager of Class Book '34; Honor Roll '32; Griffin Tennis Team 
'29; Day Scholar's Play '33, '34; Varsity Tennis Team '33; Posture Honor Roll '31; Day Scholar Student 
Government Representative '33, '34; Senior-Mid Tea Dance Committee '32; Abbot Athletic Association '33, 
'34, Tea Dance Committee '33- 



MARION ELIZABETH ROGERS 

"M.imt" 

401 North River Rd., Manchester, N. H. 

Five Years 

Marion, one of our five-year old "grandmothers" 
will always stav in our hearts. Who can forget her 
as a chic Parisian, our capable treasurer, or as the 
lucky girl who has interesting callers from a cer- 
tain Northern University. Here's best of luck to 
you, Marion, and don't tear Manchester up too 
much. 



A.D.S. '33, '34; Senior Play '34; A.D.S. Plays '34, Nominating Committee '31, '32, '33; Vice-President 
Junior-Mid Class '32; Numerals '32; Treasurer of Senior Class "34; Proctor Bonus '31, Day Scholars Enter- 
tainment Committee '32, '33: Senior-Mid Banquet Committee '33; Honor Bonus '32; Senior-Mid Tea Dance 
Committee '33; Student Council '33; Christmas Party Committee '34, Abbot Birthday Committee '32, Sec- 
. retarv-Treasurer of A.D.S. '34. 





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MABEL WINIFRED SAVAGE 

"Mol" 
28 South Main St., Sharon, Mass. 

T hree Years 

Did you ever see a dream dancing? Well this 
isn't a dream but Mollv floating around the rec- 
reation room. And dancing isn't all bv anv means. 
W ho has kept A. A. A. running smoothlv? Who 
helps keep Griffin basketball up to scratch? Who 
breaks Abbot track records? (chorus) Our Mollv! 
Good luck for always, Mollv, and we hope the ship 
comes into harbor soon. 



President of Abbot Athletic Association '34; Fidelio '32, '33, '34; Griffin Song Leaier '33, '34; Choir '32, 
'33, '34: President of Choir '34; Senior-Mid Banquet Committee '33; Posture Committee '33; Christmas Party 
Committee '32. '33; Abbot Birthday Committee '33; Numerals '32; Griffin Entertainment Committee '32; 
"A" Societv '33; Athletic Council '33. '34; Chevron '33; Athletic Tea Dance Committee '34; Hiking Leader 
'33; Varsity Basketball Team 32, '33, '34; A.D.S. '33, '34; Head of Basketball '33; Varsity Track Team '33; 
Senior Play '34; A.D.S. Plays '33, '34; Student Government '34; Honor Bonus '33; French Play '32. 



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RUTH ELIZABETH STOTT 

"Rut hie" 
Williams Hall, Andover, Mass. 



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Five Years 



W hat would we ever do without our smiling 
Ruthie to make us laugh at our troubles? Or how 
would the dav scholars ever get along without her 
able guidance? Then, too, when before have the 
Abbot courts seen such a fast, energetic, and suc- 
cessful tennis player? Anyhow, Ruthie, old dear, 
we know that vou'll succeed; and we hope the 
fates are good to vou. 



Head of Dav Scholars '34; Entertainment Committee '33; President of Q E.D. '34; Senior-Mid Student 
Government Representative '33; President of Junior-Mid Class '32; Honor Roll '32; Senior-Mid Plav '33; 
v\ y-L^3P QjJL- retary of Junior Class '31; Draoer Dramatics '32; Numerals '31; Abbot Athletic Association '33; Abbot 

Birthdav '32; Chevrons "32, '33, '34; Gargoyle Tennis Team '32; Dav Scholar Entertainment '33; Tennis 
Varsity '33, '34; Posture Honor Roll '32; Q E.D. Society '32, '33, '34; Second Vice-President Student Govern- 
ment '34, Christmas Party '33, '34; "A" Society '33. "34 ; Track Club Team '31, '32; Fidelio '31, '32, '33, '34; 
Head of Deck Tennis '33; Prom Usher '32; Secretary-Treasurer Q. E.D. '33; Honor Bonus; Ivy Oration '33- 



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BEVERLY SUTHERLAND 
"Bev" 

St. Andrews PI., Yonkcrs, N. Y. 
Welles ley . Three Years 

Just think of a combination of Alice in Wonder- 
land and Little Nell in an algebra classroom and 
you'll have Beverly to perfection . But there's a 
literary future ahead for her. We predict that her 
Sutherland Saga will make us all proud to sav that 
we once knew her. So here's to a particularly prom- 
ising starlet, and mav she fulfill everyone of our 
lofty expectations! 



Courant '33, '34; Senior Play '34; Draper Dramatics '33; Senior-Mid Play 





33; Treasurer A. A. A. 34. (\cjLT- 



ELIZABETH UPTON 
"Libby" 

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We're all beginning to suspect that we're har- 
boring a person of future fame in our midst. Libby 
has the real artistic temperament; she has the fine, 
deep sensibilities of an artist, and she doesn't have 
them for nothing, because she is one. Quiet, rather 
absorbed, she suddenly comes out, everv now and 
then, with a startling piece of literature, art, or a 
thoroughlv original idea. Yes, Libby, when you 
burst into flame, we'll all be ready waiting, the 
very first ones to clap you on to the zenith ! 




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j *J J nhLLUoL> Yj jU l^- MARY ELLA WHITNEY 

k 71 * 'BP^' ^1 Pine St., Darners, Mass. 

/V-. . V . ftj& <: ^ ^ e wonder what Marv is thinking of when she 

^/7 ^^91 l J 4^1t#lt4s V s ^ ts ra P r an ^ wide-eyed, gazing into space. Her 

\rf\J D (j / ' ^f future, perhaps; and although we don't know what 

-J* ^j\**VttS s&-Ct4*^ she intends to do, it would not be hard to picture 

Cys*^ J J - ^^L.~' Mary some years hence. Her calm acceptance of 

Q x * y **4*-' ^f^K^f-Cl^C^t^ &yS things makes the flightier of us think wistfully of 

Aj^lj*/ <lj \i~ U s homes, firesides, and the pleasanter and quieter 

\*r~v^^ /l£/l^ ^ Ok AJbfiAJ GL^A^ty^ things of life in which Marv seems to excel. 

**S^STS\*s 6-AJc^ CuTLa ^C»i" es Beaux ^ rts 34; Fidelio '34; Advisory Board '34; Athletic Council '34; Head of Entertainment Com- 

^^mittee of Children's Christmas Senior- Mid Play '33; Head of Croquet '34; Party '34. 




BETTY SCUTT 

We were all so sorry when we returned last fall to find that our president of Stu- 
dent Government was not going to be with us. It wasn't just that she held this im- 
portant position, but that she was such a perfectly wonderful girl. Her goodness, and 
beautv of character were such that she was liked bv everyone. We have all missed vou, 
Bettv, an awful lot! 



SARA MAXFIELD 

Along with Betty we miss another member of our class — Sara Maxfield, who 
was unable to finish this year with us because of her health. Although the Gar- 
goyles fought hard and tried to appear cheery the Fall Field Day, they felt lost 
and sad because of the departure of their able leader, Maxie. And the entire school 
misses her pleasant smile, her wild western tales, and her sympathetic ; 'Sure." 



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Class Will 

We, the Class of 1934 of Abbot Academy, being, as we believe, of sound and sane 
mind and memory, do make and publish and declare this to be our last will and 
testatment. 

We leave our quiet and odd moments to Jane Dawes. 

We leave Ruth Stott's laugh to Mickey Barlow. 

We leave our Friday night fish to Star for Saturday morning breakfast. 

We leave Ann Place's lipstick to Betty Joost. 

We leave all our curlers to Alice Robinson. 

We leave our dauntless courage to the Preps. 

We leave Mary Flaherty's mellow contralto voice to Bunny Hurlburt. 

We leave Chichi's hair to Phyllis Brown. 

Wc leave our baby talk to Helen Tow r er. 

We leave Nancy Marsh's letterless days to Alice Cooper. 

We leave Chichi's reserve to Polly Spear. 

We leave our drag and dignity to the Senior Mids. 

We leave our grey hairs to the Senior-Mids. 

We leave our red and black nail polish to Miss Friskin. 
We leave our moral theories to Miss Bailev. 
W e leave a few slammed doors to Miss Bancroft. 
We leave our flitty moments to Miss Ling. 
We leave our heftv muscles to Miss Carpenter. 
We leave all our blue paint to Miss Bailey. 
W e leave our historical past to Miss Bean. 

And lastly we leave our youthful frivolity, enjovment of life, and complete 
sense of irresponsibility to the school in general. 



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Class Statistics 



Mosi Athletic 
Cutest 
Cleverest 
Best Dressed . 
Most Literary 
Artistic . . 
Pessimist 

Optimist 

Prettiest 

Best All-Around 

Most Drag 

Capable 

Versatile .... 

Absent-Minded 

Best Figure .... 

Meekest ... 

Smoothest .... 

Best Dancer 

Personality 

Neatest 

Most High Hat 

Class Clown . 

Most Likely to Succeed 

Done Most for the School 

Best Looking 

Most Temperamental . 



Chichi Clos 

Virginia Holden 

Betty Flanders 

Ann Place 

Jane Campbell 

Bettv Flanders 

Marv Whitnev 

Ruth Stott 

Virginia Holden 

Lena Hamilton 

Marion Rogers 

Lena Hamilton 

Betty Flanders 

Libby Upton 

Sarah Dean 

Carolyn Muzzy 

Sarah O'Reilly 

Molly Savage 

Marv Flahertv 

Chichi Clos 

Virginia Holden 

Ruth Stott 

Betty Flanders 

Eleanor Harrvman 

Katharine Damon 

Ada Carlson 



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The Perfect Abbot Girl 



Hair 

Eyes 

Nose 

Lips 

Teeth 

Eyelashes 

Complexion 

Eylbrows 

Hands 

Smile 

Protile 



Virginia Holden 

Katharine Damon 

Barbara Rirzman 

Sarah O'Reilly 

Mary Flaherty 

Mercedes Clos 

Nancy Marsh 

Mary Rockwell 

Ann Place 

Beverlv Sutherland 

Elizabeth Flanders 



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Class Prophecy 



Look! Who's that dark and Noble man 
Who takes his Place beside our Ann? 

The world is full of fun and wits, 
On top of which our Nanko sits. 

And sad to say we are afraid — uh — 
To tell you where we saw our Ada. 

When next we see our friend Ruth Stott 
She's back at Intervale on a . 

Molly says, eyes full of tears, 

I meant to have fun for twenty years. 

Tickets to see Miss Skeeter Dean ! 

She's America's famous high-jump queen! 

Jinny's in Cranford, we have heard, 
Peacefully settled with "Dicky Bird." 

Our Sal has wealth and furs of mink 
She's never seen a kitchen sink. 

The voice of Flit has changed a mite 
She's singing opera every night. 

Lena raises pigs for fun 

And has ten daughters but no son. 



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Did us proud and caught a Cabot. 

I sav, do call Miss Flanders in 
To paint a portrait of the king. 

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Reading script is quire a job, 
But El is quite above the mob. 

W c hear from Pokey in the West, 
That she likes Kirkwood quire the best. 

Swirling modernistic art 

The future has for Libby's part. 

A squalid house, a messy dress, 
That's our Chichi, oh my, yes! 

Dynamic symmetry chews a bone, 
When Dee goes galloping off on her own. 

W ho's that scribbling for the press? 
It's Caroline, or we miss our guess. 

At last our Barbs has found her place, 
An efficiency bureau she does grace. 

The ribbon supply is getting low, 
For Sandy wins in each horse-show. 

Jane is high in the ranks of fame; 

By writing books she's made her name. 

Peggy's fame is firm at last; 

She's made Marie Dressier a thing of the past. 

While looking for Mary we came upon a hut 
And there she was living as Mrs. - — . 

Beverly concocts delicacies over the stove 
W bile children leave the house in a drove. 

If you're lost in the mountains far away 
And find an old lady, we'll bet it's Ka\ 

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Senior Class Song 

For us arose the Abbot towers, 

Their beauty, strength and grace are ours. 

And to the school we all adore 

Sings the Class of '34. 

So may our hearts remember thee; 

So may our liyes thy tribute be; 

Strong, true, and beautiful. 

And braye, and free; 

So mav our hearts remember thee. 



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Ring Song 

See in that band of gold- 
Memories bright and clear 
Memories sweet and dear 
Which we now hold. 

Symbol of friendships true, 
Pleasure and faithfulness, 
Ring, which we now possess 
We sing of you. 

Think such a little thing 
Memories so dear can hold 
Kept when the years are old 
In this dear ring. 



Nancy Marsh 



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Tree Song 

Tree which we consecrate here in our hearts, 
Plant firm thy roots in the life-giving soil; 
Lift high thv young green leaves, and higher still, 
Till silver bark is bright against the blue, 
And tall and beautiful thou stand at last. 

So would we plan our lives, although our roots 
Be planted deep away from air and sunlight: 
Reaching always for what we know is higher, 
Till we too stand at last in our full growth, 
May we be beautiful, lovely as thou. 

Beverly Sutherland 



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Intervale 

On the bright Monday following mid-year exams a train pulled into Intervale. 
We, the 1934 Senior Class of Abbot, crowded out of it and made a dash for the sleigh. 
Although there were thirty-five of us, we squeezed in somehow; and as two big horses 
drew us along the snowv road to the Belleview, we looked at the countryside and 
breathed in the clear cold mountain air. Running into the hotel, we glanced around, 
warmed our fingertips over a crackling fire, then scrambled after our baggage and 
hurried up to find our rooms. No time was lost in changing our clothes. The quiet 
valley of Intervale soon had Abbot girls shuffling about on snowshoes or gliding along 
on skis, poking into all its nooks and crannies. We slid quietly along on skis through 
beautiful woods. The trees were very tall, old, and stately. Long shafts of sunlight 
coming down through the lacy roof of needles touched the snow here and there to a 
diamond-like brilliance. 

The following morning we experienced a typical Belleview breakfast. It consisted 
of fruit, cereal, muffins, double orders of steak, potatoes, and coffee and triple orders of 
griddle cakes. However, after a morning of skiing, snowshoeing, tobogganing, and 
skating we all seemed to be able to manage double orders of everything for dinner. 
That evening we went to a flapjack party in the Cathedral woods. It was cold, very 
cold, — eighteen below, in fact. The sky was filled with stars and seemed exceptionallv 
black because of the contrasting snow-covered countryside. When our guide had led 
us across the tracks and into the pine woods, an indescribable eerie atmosphere closed 
in about us. The trees were nearly the same size, rising some thirty feet to the lowest 
branch. There was no underbrush, just large tree trunks here, there, and over there — 
nearly artificial in their evenness. When we looked overhead the stars seemed entangled 
in the lacy branches. And the cold was the biting kind that makes one think of the 
wolf's dismal wail, and a lone trapper lost in the woods, — perhaps in a place like this 
where all the trees are the same for miles. The cheerv fires certainly were a welcome 
sight and we ate our pancakes with gusto. 

On the third morning a light snow fall veiled the mountains. But that afternoon 
as we assembled to say "Good-bye" to Intervale and mount the train, the clouds 
suddenly parted, allowing the glorious sunshine to flood the valley. It was all so 
wonderful; we had ha'd such a marvelous time; and we did hate to leave. 

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Intervale Songs 

(Tune: Shanghai LiP) 

Last year we heard them talk about it 

We knew that it would be such fun 

And now we've been and know 

What fun it is to go, for 

Winter sports at Intervale. 

What glorious skating! 

Exciting sleigh rides! 

Skiing and moonlight walks 

Flap-jack parties at "ZERO" weather 

All at Intervale. 

We've memories that will last forever 

Remaining fresh down thru the vears 

Reminding us anew 

Of friends and frolics too 

In '34 at Intervale. 



(Tune : A Little Bit of Heaven) 

Sure a little bit of heaven 

Fell from out the sky one day, 

And it nestled in New Hampshire 

Not so many miles away; 

And when the angels found it 

Sure it looked so sweet and fair 

Thev said "Suppose we leave it 

For it looks so peaceful there." 

So thev sprinkled it with sunshine 

Just to make the pine trees grow, 

They're the finest ones that can be found 

No matter where you go. 

And thev placed the mountains round it 

Just to keep away the gale, 

And when they had it finished 

Sure thev called it Intervale. 



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Intervale Songs 

(Tune: Build a Little Home} 

Oh we came to Intervale 

Just to have a look around, 

And we found that Intervale 

Was a heaven on the ground. 

Then we started out on skis 

And we tried our luck on skates. 

And we walked to North Conway 

When 'twas dark and rather late. 

There was starlight, 

There was moonlight 

There was skating after dark. 

There was a sunrise 

When they called us 

And we got up with the lark 

When we had to take the train, 

There were farewells, there were tears, 

Back to Abbot once again 

Keeping memories through the years. 



(Tune: Wooden-bead, Puddiri -head Jones} 

Oh Senior-Mids, life's well worth living, 

Wait till you're seniors as we. 

Then you can go to Intervale 

To skate, to toboggan, and ski. 

You'll soon get used to exercising 

When the temperature's minus three. 

You'll learn to like your daily tumbles, 

Bruising and skinning your knee. 

Yesterday we donned snowshoes, then 

Climbed up Mount Surprise. 

After lunch we trailed a truck, 

And the snow got in our eyes. 

Maybe you think that you're no athlete 

Well — neither did we, 

Wait till you get to Intervale, 

There you just have to be. 



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Senior Middle Class 



Colors — Blue and Whiil 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



OFFICERS— First Half 



Elaine Eaton 
Cecile Van Peursem 

Ann Cutler 
Cathleen Burns 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



OFFICERS— Second Half 



Kathryn Scudder 

Frances McTlrnen 

Susan Hildreth 

Helen Tower 



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Priscilla Abbot 
Miriam Adams 
Doris Anderson 
Mary Barlow 
Phyllis Brown 
Cathleen Burns 
Helen Cary 

*rbara Chamberlain 
tty Clough 
A Ate Cooper 
Claire Cregg 
Ann Cutler 
Jane Dawes 
Natalie Doucet 



Class of 1935 

Elaine Eaton 
Gerai.dine Eick 
Georgeanna Gabei.er 
Susan Hildreth 
Martha How e 
Ann Hlrlburt 
Eleanor Johnson 
Elizabeth Kennedy 
Frances McTernen 
Doris Moore 
Patricia Noonan 
Lucia Nunez 
Claire Oppenhlim 



Jean Palmer 
Ruth Pratt 
Virginia Prest 
Rosalie Rappoport 
Ellen Rivinius 
Alice Robinson 
Ann Russell 
Doris Schwartz 
Kathryn Scudder 
Mary Seem \\ 
Shirley Smite 
Margit Thony 
Helen Tow i r 
Cecile Van Peursem 



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Senior Middle Class Song 

Here are some girls who are real Abbot girls 
Who will strive for the school they adore. 
Never desponding, we're ever resolving 
That up to the heights we will soar. 
Shoulder to shoulder and bolder and bolder 
We sing as we swing on our way 
So, we know the white and blue 
Will alwavs thrill our hearts 
On, we're marching on, we are the Class of '35. 



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ATHLETIC COUNCIL 
M. Rockwell, M. Whitney, N. Marsh, K. Scudder, M. Trafton. D. Hall, C. Kinsman, A. Carlson, H. Tower, A. Place 
M. Clos E. Upron M Savage, President J. Campbell K. Damon 




A SOCIETY 
L. Hamilton M. Rockwell M. Savage A. Cutler 



M. Clos K. Damon 



D. Hall E. Flanders R. Stott 
: McTernen, President A Carlson E. Harrvman 

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HOCKEY TEAM 
D. More V. Holden C. VanPeursem K. Damon E. Clough 

P. Spear D. Hall M. Clos, Captain J. Taylor P. Harding 



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P. Brown S. Scott J. Tr.io L. Hamilton 

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Fidelio Society 



President 

Cathleen Burns 
Jane Campbell 
Ada Carlson 
Katharine Damon 
Lena Hamilton 
Eleanor Harryman 
Virginia Holden 
Nancy Marsh 
Sarah O'Reilly 
Molly Savage 
Ruth Stott 
Mary Whitney 
Elizabeth Clough 
Elizabeth Seaman 
Elizabeth Kennedy 
Clara Holland 
Helen Tower 
Georgeanna Gabeler 
Mary Trafton 
Ann Russell 
Kathryn Scudder 
Eleanor Robinson 
Geraldine Eick 
Jane Dawes 
Jane Taylor 



Cecile Van Peursem 

Ann Cutler 
Barbara Chamberlain 
Elizabeth Caldwell 
Margaret Estes 
Ann Hurlbutt 
Elaine Eaton 
Dorothy Hamilton 
Eleanor Johnson 
Sally Gage 
Caroline Rockwell 
Sally Burns 
Elizabeth Wheeler 
Pauline Spear 
Priscilla Mailey 
Elizabeth Upton 
Natalie Doucet 
Mary W'olf 
Martha Howe 
Frances McTernen 
Barbara Reinhart 
Phyllis Lambert 
Ruth Pratt 
Jane Forte 
Frances Hit i ernan 
Sarah Scates 



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K. Damon N. Marsh M. Flaherty E. Flanders E. Upton 



B. Sutherland L. Hamilton D. Hall 



M. Clos 



Class Book Board 

Editor-in-Cbiej 
Delight Hall 



Business Editor 
Mary Rockwell 



Ex-officio 
Lena Hamilton 



Elizabeth Flanders 



Art Editors 



Elizabeth Upton 



Nancy Marsh 
Mary Flaherty 



Literary Editors 



Katharine Damon 



Mercedes Clos 
Beverly Sutherland 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

A Place, V. Holden, E. Johnson, J. Campbell, A. Dodge, M. Savage, A. Russell, S. O'Reilly, A. Hurlburt 
L. Hamilton K. Damon M. Flahertv E. Harryman, President R. Stott B. Ritzman 




CHOIR 

A. Carlson, S. O'Reill) . N, Dducet, K. Scudder, E. Caldwell, J. For to, C. VanPeursem, E. Kennedy, P. Spear 
K Damon J. Taylor A Hurlburt M. Savage, President J. Campbell C. Estes 

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ABBOT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 

A. Hurlburt A. Russell A. Place 

S. O'Reillv, President 



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Recall 

Like a swift arrow shot from the blue 

His lithe body pierces the clear green water. 

The dim depths quiver — 

Then close him round 

While fragile bubbles eddv upwards without a sound. 

The fingers of the water -siren are cool upon his flesh, 

And the voice of the water-siren weaves a subtle mesh. 

The purple quietness is soothing; 

But the sunshine niters through. 

With a gasp * 

He tears himself from her close embrace 

And foams upward to feel the warmth upon his face. 

Life spills over him and he thanks the "ONE" 

While he clambers drunkenlv over hot rocks baking in the sun. 



Mercedes Clos 



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Business Editor 
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Margit Thony 
Sally Scott 



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Eleanor Robinson 



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ABBOT DRAMATIC SOCIETY 



M. Clos A. Hurlburt 

M. Morrill, President 



M. Savage B. Reinhart 

M. Flahertv 



Abbot Dramatic Society 



President 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Ann Hurlburt 
Mabel Savagi 
Mary Flaherty 
Ruth Pratt 



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Secretary-Treasurer 

Lena Hamilton 
Virginia Holden 
Cassandra Kinsman 
Helen Tower 
Elizabeth Barnes 



Mary Rockwell 
Caroline Muzzy 

Kathryn Scudder 
Martha Howe 
Eleanor Johnson 
Elizabeth Wheeler 
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President 
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Elaine Eaton 
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Alice Robinson 

Mary Trafton 
Natalie Doucet 
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President 
Secretary-Treasurer 

Cathllen Burns 
Elizabeth Clough 
Mary Florence Barlow 
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Big Leaves 

In Andover, Massachusetts, there is a certain alley, hordered by clapboard houses 
entirely devoid of architecture, which has been nick-named the "Cabbage Patch." 
Despite its tilth and disorder, there is something rather fascinating about this little 
street. Perhaps I like to walk through it because there are so many children that roll 
in its dust, that have imaginary regal processions along its cinder length, that sit 
hunched up like lost mushrooms on stones that were once meant to mark boundaries. 

There is one house that is larger and more imposing than the rest. It leers down 
with an ugly grin over a rank growth of weeds. Usually the shade in one of the two 
windows above the door, is half down, giving the house a malignant expression. 
Several weird foreign trees grow in the neglected yard. 

About a week ago I was walking through this alley on my way to school. The 
morning was chillv, and the sun was reflected by a soft fuzzy coating of frost. A very 
slight breeze was amusing itself by twirling a few leaves from their insecure position 
on the branches. It seemed to be having especial fun with a certain tree in the yard of 
the uglv house. This tree had very large leaves, perhaps eight inches across, which 
seemed to have been killed bv the frost the previous evening, for thev drooped from 
the sinuous branches. The playful antics of this earlv morning breeze were all that was 
necessary to send showers of big leaves gliding gracefully to the earth. 

Three little children, residents of the "Cabbage Patch," were running to and fro, 
trying to catch the leaves before they touched the ground. Impelled by the spirit of 
the occasion, I laid down my books and caught a few leaves. The warning voice of a 
chapel bell put an end to my caprices and sent me hurrying to school. 

Delight Hall 



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1933 
Honor 



MARGARET BLACK CAROLYN GUPTILL 

JANE BURNHAM A FRANCES McGARRY 
ANN COLE /P\ ALICE SCHULTZ 
CLARA SHAW 0> ELIZABETH SNYDER 
MARIATTA TOWER BETTY WEAVER 

BARBARA WORTH 




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The Senior Play 



THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST" 
Bv Oscar Wilde 

The climax of Abbot dramatics, the Senior play, came on March thirteenth this 
year. Oscar Wilde revels in a most complicated plot which comes out very nicelv in the 
end. 

John Worthing, who is Earnest in London and John at Woolton, is in love with 
Gwendalen, the daughter of Ladv Bracknell. Her ladyship objects to the match be- 
cause Earnest, as a baby, was found in a bag in Victoria Station. At Woolton, Algy, 
John's friend, appears as Earnest, John's imaginarv wicked brother, to play a trick on 
him, but falls in love with Cecilv, John's ward. Gwendalen arrives and while talking 
with Cecily discovers that thev are both engaged to an Earnest. But, the entrance of 
Algy and John shows them that there is no Earnest, a name of which they are very 
fond. 

Lady Bracknell arrives quite suddenlv and approves of nephew Algernon's en- 
gagement to Cecily. But Gwendalen mav not many John. At this moment Miss 
Prism, Cecily's governess comes in and Ladv Bracknell recognizes her as the nurse who 
lost her sister's child twenty-eight years before. It finally turns out that John is that 
child and Algy 's elder brother, and after all his name is Earnest John Moncrieff. 

We all enjoyed it very much. Congratulations, Seniors. 

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CHARACTERS 



John Worthing 

Algernon Moncrieit 

Rev. Canon Chasuble, D.D. 

Lane, Burler 

Lady Bracknell . 

Hon. Gwendalen Fairfax 

Cecily Cardew 

Miss Prism .... 

Merriam, Servant 



Katharine Damon 

. Mabel Savage 

Virginia Holden 

Lena Hamilton 

Elizabeth Flanders 

Sarah O'Reillv 

Beverlv Sutherland 

Marion Rogers 

Margaret Morrill 



Act I. Algernon Moncrieff's flat in Half Moon Street, W. 
Act II. The Garden at the Manor House, Woolton 
Act HI. Drawing room of the Manor House, Woolton 

Time: The Present Place: London 



Director 

Stage Manager . 
Music arranged by 
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Bertha Morgan Gray 

Eleanor Harryman 

Kate Friskin 

Mr. Tyler 



ENSEMBLE 
Leader, Kate Friskin 



First Violin 
Second Violin 
Trumpet 
Piano 
Drums 



Elaine Eaton 

Helen Tower 

Jane Forte 

Cecile Van Peursem 

Elizabeth Barnes 



CHORUS 

Jane Campbell, Cecile Van Peursem, Katharine Scudder, Margaret Estes, Eliza- 
beth Kennedv, Elizabeth Caldwell, Ann Hurlburt, Natalie Doucet. 



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Abbot Dramatic Society Plays 

Sophistication, tragedy, and comedy were presented us this year by the Dramatic 
Society in an unusual program of excellent acting and interesting settings. 



FLEURETTE AND COMPANY 

Madame Dupour (Marion Rogers) managed to out-trick Mrs. Margaret Paynter 
in every move on behalf of "Fleurette and Company." On close scrutiny we saw that 
under her veil of sophistication our Peggy Morrill was Mrs. Paynter. 



THE MINUET 

Molly Savage and Evelyn Kleven made an excellent and pleasing contrast as the 
tragic Marquis and Marchioness in "The Minuet." The jailer (Barbara Reinhart) was 
so real we had a great desire to hiss at him. 



THE MARRIAGE PROPOSAL 

Comedy in an exciting spirit was given us in "The Marriage Proposal." Bunnv 
Hurlburt as Natalia Stepanova and Ivan Vassiliyitch Domov (Marv Flaherty) made a 
most convincingly unromantic couple. Chichi Clos's lusty shouts of "Champagne! 
Champagne!" as Stepan Stepanovitch Ischubikov, the father, ended an evening of real 
enjovment. 



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Senior Mid Plays 

BETWEEN" THE THE SAVOURY 

By Gertrude Jew: :■■ 
Besides excellent character acting, this play gave us an opportunity to see life 
- lived in the kitchen. Life in this kitchen must have been one "pan throwing 
cor.:. .frer another, with the Cook bossing everything and doing nothing, the 
Parlour Maid getting her enjoyment from family arguments, and the two of them 
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tha : : still had beautiful princesses living in castles, and handsome pages sneaking 
up to see them in dark lovely towers. E or . baracxei - convincing, and we con- 
gratulate vou Senior-Mids on your acquired royalty. 

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THE LOVING CUT 
Bv A ua Brown 

"The Loving Cup" depicted the mutual feeling among the inhabitants of a small 
communitv in desiring to patch up the broken love affair of Cynthia and Andrew. We 
. re all sorrv nice old Dr. Brentwood had to give up his cup but it did go to a worthy 
cause. 

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Hands 

Small, plump, capable hands 

Smoothing tangled hair on fevered pillows. 

Old, gnarled, shinv hands 

Twitching and cold in a dry, nervous heap. 

Heavv, square, blunt-fingered palms 

Cleaning the last dish in murkv water. 

Large-veined hands, huge and hard, 

Streaked with grime from stoking a bloody-faced furnace. 

A clenched pair of yawling fists 

Enclosed bv ringers, pale, perfumed, and young. 

Paint-smeared, spatula-hands, tanned from the sun, 

Skillfullv tleet in sea-blue tones on a palette. 

Lanquid, snowv-palmed, ruby-tipped hands, 

Distractingly posed on a sheening blue-green satin. 

Grevish, loose-skinned, hungry hands 

Clutching a dripping brush on a filthy floor. 

All over — right now — these hands are moving 

In the world; patting it, slapping it, pinching, pushing, 

Spinning it 'round its ancient orbit, 

Exhorting, distorting it, crying for a living in return! 



Elizabeth Flaxders 



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Shattered Pride 

It was a lovelv hotel with a carp pond in the garden behind it and a handsome 
head-waiter. These were the first things I noticed. Later I discovered that the food was 
delicious and the view from my bedroom window simply "scrumptious" if I mav coin 
a verv descriptive word, but the first two facts took precedence in mv mind. Always 
eager to learn, I at once set out to investigate the fish in their large cement-rimmed 
pool. Carp are large and grav, with inordinatelv large mouths and bulging eves, and 
their unmitigated ugliness strikes terror into the hearts of visitors who watch them 
goop (mv own expression) at bits of bread, and I was no exception. 

My next step was tentativelv to essav an acquaintanceship with the head-waiter, 
but apparentlv this was impossible. Mavbe it was because his name was Georges. At 
anv rate, all mv rather timorous advances fell on barren ground. Georges's good looks 
remained unimpaired by any acknowledging smile. The morning that I broke my soft 
boiled egg into an egg cup which was evidentlv not meant to contain a liquid and 
carelesslv allowed the gooev substance to flood the plate beneath — that morning, 
I sav, I noticed a smile hovering about the lips of the august maitre d' hotel. But alas, 
I realized with mv usual astuteness that he was laughing at me instead of with me. 

So it was with rather forlorn hopes that I perceived that Georges himself was to 
wait on our table that memorable noon. Moreover, the tables were set outdoors on 
the terrace, as thev always were on fine days, and that pleased me immensely, al- 
though I disliked bees getting into the jam and their buzzing futilely. The meal ended 
with cooling liquid refreshment, of which I did not partake. So instead I strolled, to 
be frank, swaggered, around the grounds aware that there were more than one pair of 
eves fixed upon me, but especiallv one. Arriving at the carp pond I suddenly took it 
into mv head to ascend onto the cement rim and walk pensively around the idly 
floating carp. What a dramatic figure I imagined myself, as I "probed the inky 
depths!" But, alas, the fascination must have proved too great, for I missed my foot- 
ing, teetered this way and that, and finally fell noisily into the carp pond. Ah, it is 
only too true that the fall of the mighty is great, but it is also true that the rise of the 
fallen is sudden. At least it was in mv case. I was onlv aware of a strong hand ig- 
nominiouslv seizing me bv an ignominious garment of mv apparel, and then I was on 
mv feet, dripping dejectedlv, with Georges's arm around me and a sympathetic grin 
on his face. Indignantlv I thrust him awav, then ran weeping and disgraced to my 
mother, for at the age of six one's romantic illusions should be dispatched into the 
cruel world onlv if labeled: Fragile — Handle with Care. 

Jane Campbell 



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FACULTY 



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Esther Comegys, M.A., Dean 
Fanny Bigelow Jenks, B.A., Registrar 

Rebekah Munroe Chickering, B.A. 
Mary Ethel Bancroft, B.A. . 
Octavia Whiting Mathews, B.A. 
Helen Dunford Robinson, B.A. . 
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Jean Hope Baynes 
Louise Robinson 
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STUDENTS 



Miriam Adams 
Doris Wooding Anderson 
Margaret Barbara Bain 
Mary Florence Barlow 
Elizabeth Rhodes Barnes 



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94 Poor St., Andover 

139 Chestnut St., North Andover 

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Phyllis Bradford Brown ... 22 Mountain Ave., Lewiston, Me. 

Cathleen Burns 267 Main St., Andover 

Nancy Ann Burns 14 Wolcott Ave., Andover 

Sally Burns .14 Wolcott Ave., Andover 

Ann Byron . . 1206 Asbury Ave., Winnetka, 111. 

Alio Wyman Caldwlll (American Legation, Lisbon, Portugal) 

875 Park Ave., New York City 
Elizabeth Adams Caldwell 209 North Franklin St., Titusville, Pa. 

Jane Mather Campbell 32 Glen Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

Ada Eleanora Carlson . .... 3 Highland Wayside, Andover 

Helen Emerson Cary (6 Tomioka-cho, 3-chome, Otaru, Hokkaido, Japan) 

6 Church St., Bradford 



Barbara Chamberlain 
Mercedes Maria Clos 
Elizabeth Clough 
Harriott Cole 
Alice Guerard Cooper 
Ann Crawford Cutler 
Kathryn Damon 
Barbara Daniels. 
Sally Bradford Davis 
Jane Goodwin Dawes 
Sarah Rives Dean 
Anne Laurence Dodge 
Natalie Evelyne Doucet 
Elaine Whitney Eaton 
Geraldine Eick . 
Clara Margaret Estes 
Mary Agnes Flaherty 
Elizabeth Morse Flanders 
Jane Aurelie Forte . 
Georgeanna Gabeler 
Sally Gage ... 

Laura Marguerite Gallow w 
Delight Dawson' Hall 
Dorothy Elizabeth Hamilton 
Lena Louise Hamilton 
Phyllis Seymour Harding 
Eleanor Harriet Harryman 
Helen Frances Heffernan 
Jane Herrick 



43 Morton St., Andover 

25 Prospect PI., New York City 

222 North River Rd., Manchester, N. H. 

371 Johnson St., North Andover 

770 Park Ave., New York City 

Abbot St., Andover 

24 Alpine St., Maiden 

24 Maugus Ave., Wellesley Hills 

Harwichport 

47 Mt. Vernon St., Cambridge 
354 North Main St., Andover 

Newbury 

675 Broad St., East Weymouth 

12 Highland Rd., Andover 

164 Mt. Vernon St., Dedham 

29 Fern St., Auburndalc 

2512 West 17th St., Wilmington, Del. 

135 Berkeley St., Lawrence 

115 Allerton Rd., Newton Highlands 

12 Locke St., Andover 

100 Essex St., North Andover 

. 11 William St., Andover 

43 Bartlet St., Andover 

Limestone, Me. 

Limestone, Me. 

28 Emerson Rd., Wellesley Hills 

1027 South 7th St., Charleston, 111. 

9 Lexington St., Framingham 

5 Hidden Rd., Andover 



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Susan Symmes Hildreth 
Ruth Amelia Hill 
Priscilla Ross Hoadley 
Virginia Holden 
Clara Macfarlane Holland 
Martha Stratton Howe 
Hope Taylor Humphreys 
Anne Hurlburt . 
Mary Elizabeth Jamison 
Eleanor Johnson 
Elizabeth Joost 
Elizabeth Gray Kennedy 
Eleanor Cassandra Kinsman 
Evelyn Gladys Kleven . 
Dorothy Pingree Lambert 
Phyllis Lambert 
Ernestine Look . 
Ruth Frances McTernen. 
Mary Frances Mahoney . 
Priscilla Bruce Mailey 
Nancy Pope Marsh . 
Sara Alix Maxfield 
Marion Stanton Mooney 
Doris Kirkwood More 
Margaret Gayden Morrill 
Carolyn Muzzy . 
Patricia Marguerite Noonan 
Claire Ruth Oppenheim 
Sarah Margaret O'Reilly 
Lillian Jean Palmer 
Geraldine Julia Peck 
Ann Richmond Place 
Ruth Sibley Pratt 
Virginia Prest 
Rosalie Harriet Rappoport 
Barbara Reinhart 
Jane Wingate Rice 
Barbara Bicknell Ritzman 
Ellen Rivinius 
Alice Best Robinson 
Elinor Rogers Robinson 



371 Highland Ave., Winchester 
147 Main St., Andover 
10 Lancaster St., Cambridge 
Hampton Hall, Cranford, N. J. 
112 Chestnut St., Andover 
14 School St., Andover 
Holt Rd., Andover 
304 Main St., Glastonbury, Conn. 
429 Ridge St., Newark, N. J. 
47 Central St., Andover 
Southold, L. L, N. Y. 
452 Deering Ave., Portland, Me. 
348 High St., Newburyport 
25 Roxbury St., Worcester 
Forest Hill Ave., Lynnrield Center 
. 309 Dodge St., Beverlv 
115 Main St., Andover 
25 Wolcott Ave., Andover 
54 Elm St., North Andover 
63 Salem St., Andover 
155 Center St., Danvers 
420 West 17th St., Oklahoma City, Okla. 
1952 Elm St., Manchester, N. H. 
28 Fernwood Rd., Larchmont, N. Y. 
209 High St., Newburyport 
Waterville, Me. 
420 Lincoln Ave., East, Alexandria, Minn. 
81 Sunrav St., Lawrence 
244 West Main St., Lock Haven, Pa. 
167 Main St., Andover 
1 Highland Wayside, Andover 
333 East 57th St., New York City 
109 Central St., Andover 
55 Russell St., Melrose 
52-13th Ave., Paterson, N. J. 
42 Salem St., Andover 
19 William St., Andover 
Durham, N. H. 
346 Main St., Winchester 
. 30 Chedell Place, Auburn, N.Y. 

Oxford, Me. 



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Caroline Campbell Rockwell 

Mary Elizabeth Rockwell 

Marion Elizabeth Rogers 

Anne Naomi Russell. 

Mabll Winifred Savage 

Sally Scates 

Doris Barbara Schwartz 

Sara Elizabeth Scott 

Katharine Scudder 

Mary Elizabf.th Seaman 

Shirley Wright Smith 

Pauline Chapman Spear 

Ru i h Elizabeth Binkerd Stott 

Beverly Sutherland 

Mary Lewis Swan 

Martha Sweeney 

Elizabeth Jane Swint 

Jane Taylor 

Rosamond Taylor 

Margit Thony ... 

Mary Elizabeth Toohey . 

Helen Henrietta Tower 

Jane Tracy .... 

Mary Frances Trafton 

Elizabeth Upton. 



658 Osgood St., North Andovcr 

658 Osgood St., North Andover 

401 North River Rd., Manchester, N. H. 

500 Chester Ave., Mooresrown, N. J. 

28 South Main St., Sharon 

4 Bovlston Terrace, West Medford 

118 Franklin St., Lawrence 

32 Wareland Rd., Wellesley Hills 

133 West 9th St., Claremont, Cal. 

Bunker PI., Wantaugh, L. I., N. Y. 

High St., Farmington, Conn. 

156 Winchester St., Brookline 

. Williams Hall, Andover 

66 St. Andrew's PI., Yonkers, N. Y. 

22 Thorndike St., Beverlv 

64 Central St., Andover 

1109 Hopeton Rd., Wilmington, Del. 

. 48 Garfield Rd., Melrose 

80 Magnolia Terrace, Springfield 

11 Sherwood PI., Scarsdale, N. Y. 

43 Abbot St., Andover 

32 Phillips St., Andover 

414 Union St., Hudson, N. Y. 

323 Minot Ave., Auburn, Me. 

221 Forest St., Oberlin, Ohio 



Cecile Wilhelmina Van Peursf.m (Bahrein, Persian Gulf), 

Care Mrs. Maxwell, 45 West High St., Somerville, N. J. 

Elizabeth Sarah Wheeler 110 School St., Concord, N. H. 

Mary Ella Whitney . . 41 Pine St., Danvers 

Mary Jane Wolf 538 Harvard St., Rochester, N. Y. 



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